Straight, powerful and without any compromises - in the late 80's and early 90's BAD SISTER was one of the most popular melodic-hardrock-bands in northern Germany. Melodious rocksongs, earthy rock'n'roll and a great female singer made BAD SISTER to an exceptional act: "female fronted hardrock".
Between 1988 and 1992 the band from Hamburg released two CDs - in Germany, U.S.A. and Japan. Especially live on stage BAD SISTER could prove the quality of melodic-rock made in Germany. The band played in small clubs and big arenas, supporting for example Deep Purple-shouter Ian Gillan or Detroit-rocklegend Mitch Ryder.
Six years after the split of the band there are still many fans all over the world. The original albums "Heartbreaker" (1989) and "Out Of The Business" (1992) are sold out, but some AOR-fans are still seeking for them. 2001 some forgotten live tapes were unearthed in a storage facility - a live-concert of BAD SISTER in 1990. The former band members came together again and produced the third album "Bad Sister Live" - reminiscence of one of the rare hardrock-bands with a female singer.